Idyllic islands bejewel the unspoilt coastline, crowned by Dubrovnik – the Pearl of the Adriatic

Tours in Croatia

Shimmering blue seas – the clearest in the Mediterranean – a handsomely wild coastline, thousands of tiny islands, and picture-perfect towns and villages make Croatia holidays an alluring prospect.

Whether you’d like to explore the walled Renaissance city of Dubrovnik on foot, before heading up into the mountains to trek its stunning national parks; freewheel along the Dalmatian Coast, stopping only to bathe in the crystal waters of the Adriatic; or try some of the region’s delicious food, Croatia trips have it all.

And there are spectacular beaches too. But don’t go hoping for acres of sand; Croatia’s beaches are pebbled, which makes them just perfect for snorkelling, kayaking and swimming adventures. Because our Croatia tours are about so much more than sitting on the beach.

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Croatia Adventure Holidays

Bosnia & Beyond

53 reviews

Experience the cultural variety and natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro

Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely / Moderate
11 Days from 2 049 €
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Walking in Bosnia & Herzegovina

39 reviews

Explore the rugged natural beauty and intriguing history of Bosnia & Herzegovina

Walking & Trekking
Suitable for:
Age 18+
Activity level:
Moderate / Challenging
9 Days from 1 779 €
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Cycling the Dalmatian Coast

Ten reasons to visit Croatia

1. Dubrovnik: A joyous jumble of narrow cobbled streets, baroque buildings and ancient city walls, it’s no wonder that Dubrovnik is a World Heritage Site.

2. Wonderful walking and trekking: The landscape quickly becomes mountainous, and a large network of trails makes it a paradise for walkers.

3. Incredible national parks: The Sutjeska National Park boasts one of Europe’s last primeval forests, as well as the mighty Durmitor mountains. 

4. Game of Thrones... and atmospheric Roman remains. Diocletian’s Palace in Split was used in the Game of Thrones TV series, as was the Renaissance city of Dubrovnik.

5. The climate: Croatia boasts one of the sunniest climates in Europe. At Exodus, we tend to travel off-season, when it’s cooler and less busy.

6. It’s easy to get to: Flights from the UK are around 2.5 hours.

7. Marvellous cycling: With its island-scattered bays and pine-clad hillsides, the Dalmatian Coast offers mile after mile of quiet coastal routes, perfect for cyclists.

8. Pretty islands and coastal towns: A little way offshore lie the beautiful islands of Hvar, Korcula and Mljet, where pretty coastal villages and medieval towns are set against a backdrop of pine forests and mountains.

9. Off-the-beaten-track adventures: Although more Brits are going to Croatia than ever before, and it regularly appears in top destination guides, on many of our Exodus adventures you won’t see another soul.

10. It’s a foodie paradise: Our self-guided cycling trips around the Istrian peninsula allows you to take things at your own pace, so you can try all the things the region is famous for: truffles, olive oil and asparagus. 

Fabulous cycling on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast Islands. Lovely roads, unspoilt villages, scenery...

Daniel Morris, 2019 Cycling the Dalmatian Coast

A really lovely holiday a good balance of cycling and relaxing/socieliting time ...

Rachel Christie , 2019 Cycling the Dalmatian Coast
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